As reported by O Dia, the now former Brazil coach Tite, who left his role with the national team after the shock World Cup quarter-final exit to Croatia in Qatar, remains in demand.
With Brazil now considering hiring their first foreign manager since 1965, Tite reportedly received five offers to quickly return to coaching, three from national teams and another two from European clubs. All would see the Brazilian coach start his role in January.
Offers were received both before and after Brazil’s run in the tournament, but Tite has stated that he is looking to take a break from the sport for at least six months after six years in charge of the national team. However, he has said he could be tempted to cut that sabbatical short depending on the offer, while also signalling that he’d like to take a job outside Brazil.
The former Corinthians coach, now 61, is yet to manage a club outside Brazil and the Middle East in his career to date.